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congressman ryan pick up that glass a lot what we saw of the vice president of the united states laughing, smiling. ryan is talking, laughing, smiling and these are different instances in the laughing, smiling, shaking his head. what does this tell you that joe biden was doing? >> well, different people are going to interpret this differently. certainly, it comes across as dismissive. joe biden has some of the most authentic nonverbals. comes across as very real. it's both a blessing and a curse. >> what he's doing here with his hands. what is this all about? >> this is interesting because he's smiling, but what he's doing with his hands where he's pulling them up close to his face and acatually touching his face is something that you do when you're feeling a little bit threatened and you're protecting yourself. >> you're telling me, amy, paul ryan raises his eyebrows a lot and tell me what you mean. >> see, his eyebrows are raised and his brow is furrowed and his eyes are wide and all of that indicates surprise. this is the facial expression that is universally associated with surprise a
to turkey by the united states. ey are being questioned at the request of the u.s. four americans including ambassador chris stevens were killed in that attack. >>> time is ticking away for 48 hostages held by syrian rebels. in this video the rebels wanted their demands met within two days, or they said they would start killing the hostages believed to be iranian pilgrims. rebels are demanding the syrian regime release rebel prisoners and stop killing civilians. that's not expected to happen before today's deadline. >>> defense secretary leon panetta says a thank you instead of criticism would be welcome for afghan president hamid karzai for the sacrifices american troops have made. his remark followed karzai's accusation that the u.s. isn't doing enough to fight terror in neighboring pakistan. relations between the u.s. and afghanistan have steadily been eroding in recent months. >>> other stories making headlines around the world now. first at the vet can where pope benedict's former butler was just sentenced to 18 months in prison for leaking confidential papers. paulo gabriel was convic
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of the united states of america, then he is going to be dealing with the republicans in the house, and do we really think that he is going to go against them? is he going to push against them and so i think that for some of us who are centrists and more moderate, more worried if he becomes a president, it's just going to be unleashing the beast on a lot of the things during the primaries that came out that make a lot of us very nervous and a shift in the direction of the country that we don't want. i would like to believe that he would do what he did as governor, but we don't have asurety. >> those are all students at wash wash and lee university in lexington, virginia, which is where we find our political contributor john avalon. joining me this morning. can i just say that, you know, look, whether you agree with some of the students or not, it is so refreshing hearing such just engaged bright minds just speaking their opinions. what was your biggest take-away? >> first of all, just that. i mean, look, these kids are incredibly engaged with the issues. a lot of political consultants are cri
voters in the united states. but, let's look at medicare. you have mitt romney who says, i want to give you vouchers, which i personally don't agree with. but what would you rather have? vouchers or $761 billion cut to pay for obama care? i mean, the -- i would much rather -- >> not a cut in benefits, let's be clear. >> it's really important, though, to understand how would vouchers not empower you to have more control of your health care? i don't think medicare is going to be the deciding factor. i think it's going to be much, much more than that. >> after the debate, our analyst, cnn analyst david gergen had this to say. we have a horse race and we certainly do, no question about it in the state of florida. take a look at this polling with me. latest polling from the "wall street journal" shows a virtual dead heat. you see it there, obama 47% and romney 46%. you know the state better than most. what do you think romney has to do to tip it in his favor in. >> well, here's what he better not do. ten days ago he was behind. he came from behind and he is in a dead heat, as you know right
dermott has this report for us. >> reporter: the united states anti-doping agency says that armstrong was a drug cheat. part of an organized conspiracy by the u.s. postal service team to dupe the public or fool the authorities. >> the totality of the evidence is overwhelming. you're looking at the bernie madoff of sport. this is the biggest fraud in the history of sport. the biggest. he couldn't have done it alone. >> when money is involved, big money, then, of course, the cheat comes along. >> reporter: lance armstrong entered cycling as a brash, young competitor. full of enthusiasm and limited in his all-around ability. his mental then was the australian racer. did he strike you in those days as a cyclist that could eventually win the tour de france? >> for me, no. to be a good tour rider you have to be a good time and a good mountain climber. he wasn't particularly strong in those two areas. to me, he didn't have what it took in those early years. >> reporter: lance armstrong was then with the american motorola team. so, too, was new zealander steven schwartz. he said that in 1995
christians who owing to this century-long of anti-mormon sentiment in the united states will have great reservations about voting for romney, but reverend fwram is a powerful and important figure, and evangelical christians now face a decision point in american history. folks will have to get comfortable with people of different faiths playing faithful roles in leadership. >> joanna brooks, great to have you on the program again this morning. thank you so much. >> thank you, randi. thank you. >>> have you decided yet? with just over two weeks ago until the big election, uncommitted voters can still turn the election upside down. comedian dean obadala has some tips for the candidates on just how to win over these men and women. i've been a superintendent for 30 some years at many different park service units across the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. as part of a heart healthy diet
from the united states department of defense that relate to u.s. military policies relating to detainees. they say they'll continue to release more documents over the coming month. one man who made international headlines after he was accused of leaking to the group is bradley manning. his trial will not begin until next february, but over his last two years in prison, there are some who have tried to draw up support on manning's behalf and that include a music legend who is my guest today. joining me now from los angeles, singer, song writer and member of the rock 'n' roll hall of fame, graham nash. thank you for pencilling us into your schedule. >> you're very welcome. and i haven't been to sleep yet, so i'm all right. >> why does that not surprise you? you rock 'n' rollers. last night, i know you did perform at this event that was organized by the bradley manning support network and i know it helps raise legal funds on behalf of the accused soldiers, so we're wondering why did you feel the need -- what prompted you to get involved in this? >> i became an american citizen
president of the united states. looks like screech from "saved by the bell." >> i don't know, maybe jimmy fallon is jealous there of paul ryan's muscles. we have much more ahead in the next hr of "cnn saturday morning." you can always continue the conversation with me on twitter. i'll be right back after a very quick break. >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity and turn your life upside down. >> hi. >> hi. you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> you just read my mind. >> announcer: just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, stealing your credit, your money and ruining your reputation. that's why you need lifelock to relentlessly protect what matters most... [beeping...] helping stop crooks before your identity is attacked. and now you can have the most comprehensive identity theft protection available today... lifelock ultimate. so for protection you just can't get anywhere else, get lifelock ultimate. >> i didn't know how serious identity theft was until i lost my credit and eventuall
in the united states. >> well, he is sounding more moderate as he moves to the center these days. >> he does. >> i am glad you agree with me. >> and i'm glad i cheered you up on the voter situation. >> thank you for coming in from florida this morning. we appreciate it. thank you. >>> we will have much more on the voter controversy coming up at the 10:00 hour this morning. will these voters be the determining factor in key states? >>> and refugees leaving cuba capsize off of the florida coast. a search for survivors. >>> and it is something that you might see in a sci-fi film or like me, horror movie. researchers are trying to turn cockroaches into a useful tool. it is today's start small and think big. >> reporter: they thrive in the dark. they can hide anywhere and are unwelcomed site to most. but this lab at north carolina state university is trying to cast cockroaches in a new light. >> if i say it did not gross me out a little, i would be lying. >> reporter: the professor and his students are taking control of the fear and the roaches, literally. they are attaching tiny electronic backp
in the united states. nobody knows who you vote for, and, you know, there's another reason that this doesn't come up very much. it's bad business to inject politics into the sale of products. businesses, the only party they are interested in is the green party, and i'm not talking about the environment. about imtalking about money. if you anger 50% of your potential customers getting too involved in politics you won't sell your products. most businesses are low key about this sort of things and don't make public speeches to employees or to the public, and that's what i think protects us from this abuse. >> certainly can have an impact on employ esthinking it's in their best interest tole keep stores open and jobs. >> romney says talk about it. maybe you will lose your job if i don't win. he says it helps but i think it will hurt them because people resent that whole being burning around. >>> malala yousafzai, the brave pakistani girl shot by the taliban after speaking out for girls. well, she's in a british hospital this morning, and we'll what the doctors are saying now about her recovery
and the united states. they are dealing with hundreds of rockets each year, coming out of gaza into israel's territory. and they say this is simply to keep more weapons from entering into gaza. the people in hamas included and those who were in gaza and working in gaza, u.n. agencies say look, there is a humanitarian crisis going on here. we've got a million-plus people in a very small area who are all in need of things such as educational supplies and medical supplies. the israelis do not believe there is a humanitarian crisis because they say they let in lots and lots of containers filled with all sorts of things into gaza from the ground and they say they even offered that option to those who are on this particular boat, but they refused saying this saul about the blockade and that the blockade should be stopped. >> appreciate the update. thank you. >>> and we want to let you know that we are awaiting the arrival of paul ryan. he's going to be campaigning in pennsylvania. we'll take you there to moontownship, pennsylvania, when it all begins. >>> we want to get you straight to pennsylva
of the united states, i applaud colin for standing with him. >> let me read you the statement that came from john. colin powell is a friend and i respect the endorsement decision he made and i do not doubt it was based on anything but his support of the president's policies. but that's not what he's saying in that sound bite. he said back on october 4th to andrea mitchell, that what we saw in the first debate was the president being lazy and incompetent. what place does this have in this conversation, if it's about issues? why are we hearing that from the national co-chair of the romney campaign? >> john sununu is a surrogate who does a lot of interviews and quite often is quite careless. i think it partly reflects a generational bias. when you look at a lot of folks from 20, 30 years ago, the idea of group pride being something that would motivate voters was an idea that seemed more credible in the past. i think that is really generational. i think that now that is seen as far less common and less likely to be true. also, colin powell did say while he's spoken to mitt romney in the last few
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